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RTRight
RTRoute
RTRound Trip
RTRetweet (also seen as R/T; Twitter)
RTRate
RTRetirement
RTReal-Time
RTRetreat
RTRoom Temperature
RTRingtone
RTReverse Transcription
RTRoad Trip (movie)
RTRound Table
RTRight Turn (Hyper Logo Turtle Graphics command)
RTRooster Teeth (comic series)
RTRussia Today (news channel)
RTRun Time
RTRadiation Therapy
RTRight Tackle (football)
RTReal Talk
RTResponse Time
RTRacing Team (Dodge)
RTReaction Time
RTRespiratory Therapist
RTRough Terrain
RTRetention Time (chromatography)
RTRapid Transit
RTRadio Times
RTRenal Transplant
RTRadiative Transfer (astrophysics)
RTRunning Time
RTRectal Temperature
RTRichard Thompson (musician)
RTTest Report (DoD-STD-7935)
RTReverse Transcriptase
RTRoad and Track
RTRadiotherapy
RTRuby Tuesday (restaurant)
RTResearch Team
RTRammstein (band)
RTResistance Training
RTRemote Terminal
RTRészvénytársaság (Hungarian: Public Limited Company)
RTRouting Table
RTRoute Through
RTRecovery Time
RTRouter Table (woodworking)
RTRadio Technician (US DoD)
RTRadiologic Technology
RTRadiologic Technologist
RTRail Transit
RTRelaxation Training
RTRéglementation Thermique (French: Thermal Regulation)
RTRoger That
RTRobotech (anime cartoon)
RTRelated Topic
RTRehabilitation Therapist
RTRadiographic Testing
RTRight Triangle
RTRadio Transmitter
RTReceiver-Transmitter
RTRight Trigger
RTRadiant Tube
RTRogue Trader (game)
RTRed Team
RTResource Tracker (various organizations)
RTRadiotelephone
RTRoger Taylor (Queen drummer)
RTReading Test
RTRadio Telescope
RTRefresher Training (for ACG forms)
RTRegression Test(ing)
RTRemote Tuner (various companies)
RTRisk Tolerance
RTReserve Training
RTResearch Technician
RTReverberation Time (acoustics)
RTRadio Text
RTRiver Terminal (railroad)
RTRepair Time
RTRégiment de Transmissions (French: Signals Regiment; French Army)
RTRoute Target (MPLS-VPN)
RTRegistered Traveler (various organizations)
RTRoute Tag (Rip V2)
RTRepublic of Tatarstan (autonomous republic of west-central Russia)
RTRandom Testing
RTRunning Test (operating condition testing)
RTRadio Telephony
RTRunnymede Trust (UK)
RTReality Therapy (William Glasser)
RTReceive/Transmit
RTRegistered Technologist (diagnostic radiology; American Registry of Radiologic Technologists)
RTRoyal Trust (RBC Financial Group)
RTResistance Thermometer
RTReal Text (file extension)
RTRacing Thoughts (psychiatry)
RTReference Terminology
RTReactor Technology
RTRayleigh-Taylor
RTRas Tanura (Saudi Arabia)
RTResearch Theme
RTRoentgenography
RTRainbow Table
RTReparative Therapy (psychiatric treatment aimed at 'curing' homosexuality)
RTReconnaissance Team
RTRadiation Transport
RTRISC Technology
RTReligious Terrorism
RTRecord Transfer
RTRestoration Team (BBC)
RTRehabilitation Teaching
RTReceive Timing
RTRespiratory Technician
RTReceiving Tube
RTRegional Total
RTRefactoring Tools
RTRidiculous Thoughts (Cranberries song)
RTReptilase Time
RTRefrigeration Ton
RTRailtex (railroad)
RTRelief Teacher
RTRadiation Thermometer
RTReference Trajectory
RTRemote Thread
RTReactor Trip
RTRescue Tender (emergency services)
RTRadio Tirana
RTRèglement Thermique (French: Thermal Regulation)
RTReceive Tip
RTRogerian Therapy (Carl Rogers)
RTRetention and Transition (US Army)
RTRelationship Tightrope (gaming)
RTRegulation Tie (Hockey)
RTRelocatable Target
RTRational Tangent
RTRing and Tip
RTRenewal Transfer (insurance)
RTRecord of Transaction (shipping supply chain managements)
RTRegipäts Talossán (Kingdom of Talossan; micronation)
RTRenaissance Trust
RTRight Turn After Takeoff
RTRekenaartomografie
RTRectangular Transform
RTRecertification Team
RTRejection Tag
RTUS Revenue Private Die Perfumery (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
RTRelocatable Terminal
RTRecursive Thresholding
RTRumeli Telekom AS
RTTurn Right After Takeoff
RTRipa Tiberis (Latin: Tiber Bank, epigraphy)
RTRugose Tegument (tapeworm)
RTResource Tower Corporation (gaming company)
RTRenegade Taiko (San Francisco, CA)
RTReconditioning Test
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In the next section of the paper, we will briefly describe the introduction of RISC technology, and how this technology affected incumbent firms in the computer systems, software and microprocessor industries.
Because of these cost/performance advantages of RISC over CISC microprocessors, by the mid-80s, RISC technology was seen as having the potential to dominate the workstation market by providing a much cheaper alternative to minicomputers and mainframes, but also of making important inroads into the PC market.
In the period 1980-1990 a thickening web of strategic alliances, joint ventures, technology-licensing deals and consortiums was established among and between IC manufacturers, computer makers and software writers involved in RISC technology. The quest to establish new standards was a key reason for RISC design companies to team up with other companies, both vertically and horizontally.
Consequently, it is not surprising that players from outside the workstation and RISC-chip markets were interested in RISC technology. Table 1 gives an overview of the different RISC chips on the market in 1992-1993, and their designers and manufacturers.
After the commercial introduction of RISC technology by MIPS in 1985, Hewlett Packard and Sun quickly followed.
Although IBM was the inventor of RISC technology, it refrained from pursuing it commercially for a long time.
As described in the previous section, the strategies of players involved in RISC technology were largely determined by the drive to acquire a dominant position of a particular design.
The composition of the alliance blocks is also crucial: since RISC technology cuts across different industries, it is of utmost importance that all capabilities needed to compete are included.
In the case of RISC technology, RISC designers, IC manufacturers, computer makers and software writers have a clear interest in linking to a proprietary RISC design by means of an alliance network.
The alliance network in the RISC technology field meets these requirements.
Four large companies have a minority holding in a firm that is acquainted with RISC technology. There is a customerusupplier partnership between AMD and Philips, but this alliance belongs to the periphery of the network, as Philips intends to use the RISC technology in applications other than computers.
Apple, to my knowledge, is the only personal computer vendor publicly committed to moving its entire product hne to RISC technology. The benefits of RISC will be available in entry-level, high-end, and notebook Apple systems.